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Food / April 14, 2021

Here’s how to get free beer from Brewtonic (and feel smug in the process)

Bin it to Win it campaign @thebernardshaw
Food / April 14, 2021

Here’s how to get free beer from Brewtonic (and feel smug in the process)

By Emily Mullen

There’s a tasty incentive

Something to keep in mind while you are lounging along the banks of the canal sipping beer is that The Bernard Shaw has relaunched their “Bin it to Win it” campaign. The campaign encourages punters to clean up the area and get free beer in the process.

The concept is simple, grab a Brewtonic bin bag from Drumcondra’s The Bernard Shaw or any of the Eatyard vendors walk along the nearby Royal Canal picking up rubbish, returning a full bag of rubbish will earn you a free beer (while stocks last). The rubbish brought back to the Shaw will be recycled on site.

“It’s as easy as it sounds – turn rubbish into pints,” the Shaw team wrote.

The campaign was first launched two years ago along the banks of the Grand Canal, but since the pub’s move across the city, the crew has set about cleaning up the banks of the Royal Canal.

For more information on the campaign visit The Bernard Shaw website here.

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